Academic Programs

BS Visual Communication Design

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Program Overview

The program focuses on learning communication skills through the relationship between text and images. A vast range of subjects from the history of design to modern typography equips students to creatively manage design campaigns with a signature style. Learning the modern digital tools also makes them communicate better. The program focuses on concept development and application.

Program Objectives

The Graphic Design degree program prepares the students to compete internationally while displaying their knowledge and skills of communication. They learn through various subjects about the growing graphic design industry.  The key objectives of the program cover the ability to:

  • Demonstrate competency in technical skills applicable to graphic design
  • Communicate concepts, design solutions, and arguments clearly and concisely through visual, verbal, and written means
  • Demonstrate the ability to use design thinking strategies in an interactive design process
  • Work in different industries displaying their skills as a graphic concept artist
  • Gain functional competence with principles of visual organization, including the ability to work with visual elements in two and three dimensions

Career Paths

As a graduate of the Bachelor of Graphic Design, you can opt for career paths as graphic designer, game concept designer, visual artist, art director, creative head, mobile phone graphics designer, and web graphics designer.

Program Summary

Minimum/Maximum Duration                                   04/06 years         

Credit Hours                                                                130

Admission Criteria

  • FA/FSc with minimum 50% marks or Equivalence Certificate
  • No 3rd division in matric or equivalent program (Equivalence Certificate Required)
  • Equivalence certificate form IBCC in case of O-Level and A-Level
  • UMT Drawing Test
  • UMT Written Test

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